5 Myths about Online Business Lending

Online loans are a convenient way to get the capital your business needs. Whether you're facing a cash flow problem or want to expand operations, there are numerous online lenders that can supply you with the funds you need. But many business owners shy away from online loans for no good reason. Here are 5 myths about online business lending.…continue reading →
Share Button

What to Consider Before Choosing a Bank

Royalty Free Photo

Whether it be for business or personal use, the bank you choose to keep your money with has to be one that offers everything you need and expect. Aspects such as transaction fees, interest rates, availability, ease of use, security and services offered make a large impact on how you’re able to manage, save and spend your money. …continue reading →
Share Button

How will bad credit impact your well being?

There are times when you have to rise up to an unexpected financial crunch and since you are caught unawares, you cannot find a way out but to take refuge in quick fixes and short cuts so that you can tide over the crisis. However, there are also times when you become financially irresponsible by choice and this is when the trouble starts and you gradually find yourself slipping into a vicious cycle of debt.…continue reading →
Share Button

Active versus Passive Spending and Their Effects

As someone who has basically had no choice but to make a success out of my business endeavours I think I’m in a pretty good position to speak about just how hard it can be. You spend a lot of time chasing income-generation channels only to find that it’s not quite how you imagined it would turn out, but you have no choice but to keep on going.…continue reading →
Share Button

Smart ways to manage multiple loans – Stay at the pink of your financial health

Loans are something inevitable when you deal with your regular finances. There are times when you may fall short of cash but you have a big expense to meet at that time. Personal loans are the safest alternative to take resort to during such situations. While there are personal and…Keep reading
Share Button

4 Things to Remember About Taxes as a Small Business Owner

If you’ve started a business, you’ve probably been focused on things like finding capital, raising profits, and improving your reputation. But don’t forget about taxes and all the obligations that come with it. Taxes are unavoidable, and it’s important to understand that the decisions you make now will significantly impact how much you owe at the end of the year.…continue reading →
Share Button

4 Tips For Improving Your Family Finances

Most families are still feeling the impact of the Great Recession. Only 51 percent of Americans said in a recent poll that they believe their households to be financially secure. That means a huge number of families are worried about money, bills, and all the other financial things that make up their day-to-day lives, including the following:…continue reading →
Share Button

How Banking Fees Are Ruining Your Business Finances

Having a trusted relationship with a bank is supposed to help individuals and businesses save money and make better financial decisions, but if you have a business bank account, you may have noticed the opposite effect. That’s because many banks impose extensive fees just to use their services. In order to keep your business finances on track, then, you’ll have to learn to navigate these fees and expenses so that banking services don’t become a loss leader.…continue reading →
Share Button

How To Maximize Your 401K

When you are day trading on the side and you have a civilian job, one of the great benefits is having a 401K plan. You can have a safe, boring investment vehicle as a backup to your chase for volatility. Day trading is all about the search for volatility in order to make quick profits, but it is nice to have a more stable and secure cache of money to stabilize your financial life.…continue reading →
Share Button

5 Ways to Survive a Financial Business Emergency

Business owners are well aware that being prepared is the name of the game. And while you may be ready to deal with any problem that may arise, even the most prepared business owners can be blindsided by a financial emergency. While you’re likely stressed and panicking, the good news is that you can survive this financial business emergency. Once it’s over, you’ll want to do what you can in the future to be prepared, just in case.…continue reading →
Share Button